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    SassyPants Well-Known Member

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    Hi Folks, when we got the 66, it came with a set of regular tires and a set of Old Time Snow Tires. So, 7 rims. Here is one that is left over. I went on line to see if I could find this part number 73589-E and did not see a reference. It looks to be a 14 inch by 5 inch, 66? Best, B.

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    Definetly a 14 X 5 wheel. Nothing unusual. That size wheel was used through 68. I have that size wheel on my
    68 Coronet with 225 -14 size tires on it.
     
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      Thank you, Do date coded wheels have extra value? Best, B.
       
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      They only have extra value to a purist that has to have date coded parts on their car.
      We are talking 14" wheels here in which hardly anyone is beating the door down for them. Enthusiasts now are getting rid of the 14" stuff and going 15" or larger cause there are alot more tire choices for the bigger wheels.
      I still kept my 14" wheels on my 68 Coronet.


       
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